While you guys already know how much I love stacking up bracelets and rings, right now I can’t get enough of statement earrings. I didn’t wear any type of earrings for a long time, so when I first started wearing earrings again, I had such a hard time putting the earring in. I know, I know… the struggle is real 🙂 The tassel earrings I am wearing here, are so fun and they can spice up any outfit, and to me are very chic and flattering with lose wavy hair or slicked back hair. The cool thing about this style is that you can wear them from season to season, as long as you play with colors. These white ones are perfect for summer and every time I wear them, I get tons of compliments.
I recently wrote a post about why you should wear bright colors and how colors affect your mood (read it here) and I talked about the science of color. I have to admit, I am guilty of wearing neutral colors a lot, but now that Summer is here, it got me thinking about how to incorporate the cheeriest of this season into my wardrobe. The science behind yellow is completely natural. This cheery color is associated with sunshine and joy- which makes it the perfect color to brighten up a Summer outfit. This yellow lace crop top just screams sunshine, and the yellow pineapple screams nothing but happiness. Not to look like a giant banana, it’s best to pair your yellow with neutral colors. I went for striped white shorts, lace up heels, and funky sunglasses to add some variety to my looks. Here are a few of my favorites:
This past weekend, I really wanted to go see a movie and guess what movie I ended up watching? Baywatch! Have you guys seen it? I really liked it. For movie nights, I usually like to go to The Grove. It’s an outdoor mall, and it’s so fun. There’s a tram driven by a guy in white gloves and there are many shops and restaurants. Plus the famous LA’s farmers market where you can find food from every corner of the globe.
One of the hottest trends for Summer, that perhaps you’ve already seen in stores is gingham. It’s such a fun print but there’s a fine line between being on-trend and looking like a tablecloth. If styled incorrectly, gingham can look very childlike. I like this print because it’s so cool and casual yet there’s something classic about it.
Black and white is a timeless combination that will never date. Another classic fashion piece is the pencil skirt and it happens to be one of my favorites. With this look, I wanted to try something different and style the classic pencil skirt with a modern twist. The asymmetrical shape and the orange line on the side spice up the basic black skirt in a whole new way. Not only it’s modern but the high wasted cut makes you appear taller. With high waisted pencil skirts, heels are a must- they give you that lady like edge and also slim your overall silhouette.Read More